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sillypickles - January 19th, 2008 12:35 PM

I asked a question recently no responded I guess mine was unusual case. Any way this is my next question I am 12 weeks pregnant baby and uterus is fine but I have good size blood clot behind it and by placenta I have only old blood coming out doc said it will either dissolve or pass I am proned to bleeding and preterm labor las two kids were early. Doc says I am at risk still for loss I just feel so sad have so many emotions just trying to trust god can really use some comforting words and lots of prayer from all you christians out there thank you for letting me share my struggles.


MsMonet - January 19th, 2008 1:24 PM

SILLY-I started bleeding at around 24 weeks or perhaps alittle earlier with clots. The blood would just pour down my legs like a faucet on any given day. During the blood being released a clot would then fall out. Usually about the size of a lemon. Sometimes, I would go t the restroom and my undies would be soaked with brown blood. All of this caused me to be so discouraged at times... Wondering how I would and continue a successful pregnancy. Why was this happening to me God? He continued to tell me to just hold on a keep walking. So, I prayed and asked him to lead and bless the doctors. The doctors put me on strict bedrest (at home). I prayed, my husband prayed and my family and friends prayed for me and our twins (a boy and a girl). While on bedrest, I was alittle paranoid whenever I felt wet down there but no blood came... I continued to keep walking and walking and walking in confidence knowing that God did not bring me this far to leave me. I am happy to say that I am almost 37 weeks preggo. I deliver on Feb 1st and I have had no more bleeding spells since I was put on bedrest. While on bedrest, my faith was strengthened and I and God talked more. Keep the faith, girl. Ask for guidance and keep walking. Your confidence becomes your babies confidence.


MsMonet - January 19th, 2008 1:25 PM

Just keep walking! "WE GET KNOCKED DOWN, BUT WE GET UP AGAIN AND KEEP GOING" 2 CORINTHIANS 4:9 (NLT) Pastor Mark Coleman’s son, Peter, inherited his dad’s love for hiking. When he was just five years old, the two planned to hike around a mountain and camp beside the lake. Mark told his son it would be a tough hike. He said they’d be tired, but they’d have to keep walking in order to make it to camp before dark. But it was even longer and harder than they expected. The little boy grew weary – but he kept walking. He slipped on loose rocks – but he kept going. He fell and ripped the knee of his jeans – but he kept walking. Finally, after one slip too many, he sat down on a big rock and started to cry. As his dad approached and began to talk, Peter cut him off, saying, ‘I know, Dad. It’s okay to cry – as long as I just keep walking!’ Paul says, ‘We are pressed on every side but not crushed and broken God never abandons us. We get knocked down, but we get up and keep going. We don’t look at the troubles we can see right now we look forward to what we have not yet seen. For the troubles we see will soon be over, but the joys to come last forever’ (2 Corinthians 4:8-9,18 NLT). Today if your journey’s long and hard, it’s okay to stop and rest (or even cry), just as long as you keep walking! ‘How?’ you ask. By ‘…keeping [your] eyes on Jesus…from start to finish…’ (Hebrews 12:2 NLT). Allow Him to be your example, your inspiration, and your greatest motivator.


sillypickles - January 19th, 2008 1:38 PM

THANK YOU FOR YOUR RESPONSE MSMONET IT IS ENCOURAGEING TO HEAR THESE THINGS PLEASE PRAY AND ASK GOD TO GIVE ME CONTINUED STRENGTH


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